Radio Lingua Network

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Radio Lingua Network
FoundedOctober 2006
FounderMark Pentleton
HeadquartersAyr, South Ayrshire
Area served
Number of employees

The Radio Lingua Network is a Scottish company headquartered in South Ayrshire, Scotland that provides various language courses through podcasts and other Internet-based media. Radio Lingua was founded in 2006 by Mark Pentleton, a former teacher of French and Spanish. Its first podcast, Coffee Break Spanish, was released on 18 October 2006. As of February 2017, the company had produced 36 podcasts teaching 27 different languages.

All of Radio Lingua's podcasts are available for free on iTunes and Podcast Alley. More in-depth content is provided (including extra-length video podcasts, worksheets, and lesson guides) for paying members. Radio Lingua provides courses about French, Spanish, German, Italian, Arabic, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, Gaelic, Greek, Flemish, Irish, Japanese, Luxembourgish, Mandarin, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian, and Zulu.

Radio Lingua's podcasts have won several national and European awards.[2][3]

Podcasts[edit | edit source]

French[edit | edit source]

German[edit | edit source]

Italian[edit | edit source]

Spanish[edit | edit source]

Other Languages[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Our Presenters - Radio Lingua Network". 
  2. Lewin, James (9 April 2009). "European Podcat Awards Announced". Podcating News. 
  3. "Coffee Break French wins European Podcast Award!". Radio Lingua Network. March 2013. 

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